Thought you might like to see what steps I'm taking to help improve the odds in my garden for any vegies I want to plant, seeing as I've made such a botch job of the lot I planted a few weeks ago.
Very sad indeed! But there is hope yet!
This is an "indoor" composting bucket called a Bokashi Bucket which I bought some years back. My first attempt wasn't very successful way back then(my own fault) and I've now decided to drag it out again to see if I can do a better job of it!
I say "indoor" because 'This unique recycling system uses bokashi to ferment food waste inside a sealed container. This means there's no rodents, no insects, no spoiling, and NO ODOUR. The end result is a pickled mass of food waste, which, when placed in a garden, break down into rich humus within a matter of days, releasing nutrients, microbes and structure to the soil.'
This is what it looks like after a batch of scraps and the 'stuff' are thrown into the bucket.
Not a pretty sight I know, but oh my the vegies are going to love it!!
Ciao for now!
A light wind swept over the corn, and all nature laughed in the sunshine. ~ Anne Bronte